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A SEMI - DETAILED LESSON PLAN FOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

ACCOUNTANCY, BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT (ABM) SPECIALIZED SUBJECT)

I. OBJECTIVES

At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:

A. explain the meaning and importance of Staffing,


B. appreciate the role/importance of staffing in the organization
C. organize/list down ideas on staffing by using graphic organizer, and
D. list the various steps involved in the process of staffing.

II. SUBJECT MATTER

Topic: Staffing – Definition and Nature of Staffing


Reference: Module 3 – Business Management/Your Article Library/Smriti Chand/
pp. 225-227(www.yourarticlelibrary.com/business-management/staffing-its-
meaning-nature-and importance-business-management/27912/)
Materials: Laptop with LCD projector

III. PROCEDURE

A. INIATORY PHASE
a. Prayer
b. Checking of Attendance & Physical Classroom Environment

1. Review

Okay, Let us have a brief review of our past lesson.


Last meeting we had discussed the “Functions of
Management”, where in we already tackled the first
two functions – Planning and Organizing.

Anyone who can recite of what you have learned on the


functions of management?
What acronym you should remember in order to easily
remember it?
Any Volunteer? Okay, Tina what have you learned? Ma’am I have learned that the functions of
management are Planning, Organizing, Staffing,
Directing and Controlling, in short POSDICON.

That’s correct, thank you Tina. How about others? Ma’am I have learned that planning according to
Yes, Sally? Koontz and O’ Donnell is deciding in advance of
what to do, how to do and who is to do it. Also It
bridges the gap between where we are to, where we
want to go.

Another one? Ma’am Planning is basically a decision making


function which involves creative thinking and
imagination that leads to innovation of methods for
growth and prosperity of the enterprise.

Very good, Thank you Sally. How about organizing? Ma’am Organizing is the function of management
Theo? that follows Planning. It helps in achievement of
results which in fact is important for the functioning
of the organization because of the synchronization
and combination of human, physical and financial
resources.

I think we must proceed now to our next lesson, but


before that I will give you an activity prior I present our
new lesson.

Please get your notebook and answer “What You


Already Know?” for 5 minutes then later we will find
out how much you can learned by doing Self-check .

B. DEVELOPMENTAL PHASE
1. Motivation
Class, who among you have a sari-sari store? In our house we have a sari-sari store
Who manages/runs it? Yes Annie? and my mother solely manages the
activities in operating our store. She
is the one who buys, displays,
arranges, accounts and sells the
goods or merchandise to our clients.
But during weekends, I help my
mother to manage our store.
So, primarily the owner – your mother is the one manages your
store.

Then, who among you buy goods in the supermarket? What did There are many staff/workers attend
you observe? How many staff attends to manage/run the to manage the activities in the
activities of the supermarket? Yes Lyra? supermarket compare to a small
store, the sari-sari. Because once the
business grows, it needs a greater
number of persons who will look
after the activities of it.
Yes very good! In a small business like a sari-sari store, the
owner may not need others to help him/her in running the
store, as he/she may himself be able to look after all the
activities. But as the business grows in size he/she may find it
difficult to manage all the activities alone and may have to find
out suitable persons and employ them.
*It is quite possible that you may start in running your own
business and face such a situation and employ people to assist
you in running the business. *Alternatively, you yourself may be
a job seeker, in both situations, you may find it useful if you
know how employees are recruited, selected, and trained for
various positions in an organization. You will learn in detail
about the staffing function.
*But for now, in this lesson for today you will learn only the
meaning and importance of staffing and its steps involves in the
staffing process.
2. UNLOCKING DIFFICULTIES
Man power planning – estimating the manpower
requirement
Job analysis – determining the qualifications, skills and
experience required for various categories of employees
Recruitment - finding and attracting suitable applicants
Selection – choosing the most suitable applicants
Placement –making the selected candidates to join the
specific job position
Induction – acquainting new employee
Training and Development – improving the knowledge and
skills
Performance Appraisal – assessing the quality of
performance
Compensation – determining the salary and incentives
Promotion – advancement to higher level or position
Transfer – assigning different job with the same rank and
pay

3. PRESENTATION -

MEANING OF STAFFING
The term ‘Staffing’ relates to the recruitment, selection,
development, training and compensation of the managerial
personnel.

Staffing refers to the managerial function of employing and


developing human resources for carrying out various
managerial and non-managerial activities in an
organization.

It comes as a third step – next to planning and organizing in


a newly created enterprise, but in an ongoing enterprise it
is a continuous process.
a continuous process because the organization’s need to
retain and update its personnel is a never ending exercise

NATURE OF STAFFING
Staffing is an integral part of human resource management.
And its wider sense, it also includes the activities of
determining the remuneration of workers, appraising
their performance, and deciding on their promotion,
transfers, etc.
(It facilitates procurement and placement of right people
on the right jobs.)
 1. People centered –Staffing is people centered and is
relevant in all types of organization. It concerned with all
the categories of personnel from top to bottom of the
organization.
Classification of personnel
a) Blue collar workers
b) Managerial and non – magerial personnel
c) Professionals
 2. Responsibility of Every Manager
Every manager is continuously engaged in
performing the staffing function.
(He actively associated with recruitment, selecction, training
and appraisal of his subordinates. These activities are
performed by the chief executive, departmental managers, and
foremen in relation to their subordinates
Thus, staffing is a general function of management and is
performed by the managers at all levels.
But it does not mean that the managers at different levels are
relieved of the responsibility concerned with staffing.
The personnel Department is established to provide
assistance to the managers in performing the staffing
function. Thus every manager has to share the responsibility.

3. Human Skills
(Staffing Function is concerned with training and
development of human resources.)
Every manager should use human relation skill in
providing guidance and training to the subordinates.
Human Relation Skills are also required in performance
appraisal, transfer and promotion of subordinates.
(If the staffing function is performed properly, the human
relations in the organization will be cordial.)

3. Continuous Function
Staffing is to be performed continuously.

IMPORTANCE OF STAFFING

1. Helps getting right people for the right job at the right time.
2. Contributes to improved organizational productivity.
*Through proper selection the organization gets quality
workers, and through proper training the performances level of
workers can be improved.
3. Provides job satisfaction to the employees keeping their
morale high.
*With proper training and development programmes their
efficiency improves and they feel assured of their career
advancement .
4. Maintains harmony in the organization
*Individuals are not just recruited and selected but their
performance is regulary appraised and promotions made on
merit, thus fosters harmony and peace in the organization.

STAFFING PROCESS
Man power planning
Job analysis
Recruitment
Selection
Placement
Induction
Training and Development
Performance Appraisal
Compensation
Promotion and Transfer
4. SETTING OF STANDARD
Sit properly, listen and cooperate!
But before we proceed, what will you do if the teacher is
discussing in front of you?

Can I expect that from you?

5. DISCUSSION

What is meant by the term staffing?

Why staffing is said to be the responsibility of every


manager?

How can we motivate our employee?

What are the benefits or importance of good staffing?

Why it is important in the organization?

Is it right that staffing is a continuous function, why?

What are the various steps involved in staffing process

6. GENERALIZATION

Students will formulate their own generalization of what


they have learned on the discussed lesson. Staffing refers to the managerial function
of employing and developing human
resources for carrying out various activities
in an organization. It helps getting right
persons for various jobs in the organization
and ensures that they have job satisfaction
and work in harmony for achievement of
organizational goals.
Staffing process involves the following
steps:
Man power planning
Job analysis
Recruitment
Selection
Placement
Induction
Training and Development
Performance Appraisal
Compensation
Promotion and Transfer
7. APPLICATION

I want you to form a group with five members each, then


do the activitiy on page 227, Make me a Cheeze. Organizing
your ideas on staffing function through the use of a graphic
organizer.

Am I understood?
IV. EVALUATION
Directions: Write brief answers to the following questions
1. Explain the meaning of the term ‘Staffing’?
2. How important is staffing in the organization?
3. List down the various steps involved in the staffing
process.

Prepared:

MA.CHRISTINA T. ENCINAS
SHS Teacher Applicant